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your choice of the forum is not optimal. It is mainly EM physics problem but also hadronic interaction involved.
Few comments: 1) Standard nuclear stopping power is computed inside only Option3 (EMY) EM physics constructor 2) in all other constructors single scattering model is used, so some part of nuclear recoil is delivered not as nuclear stopping by as real nucleus with recoil energy (usually small). You need handle recoil nucleus in the analysis. 3) One can define "cut in range for protons" which allows to define energy threshold for nuclear recoil. If the cut is zero, then all nuclear recoil will be tracked by Geant4 and MIEL energy deposition at a step will be zero; if the threshold is high, then in any Physics List nuclear stopping will be computed